Henderson Shapiro Peck won nine Silver Awards of Distinction in the 2017 Communicator Awards, the Roswell-based marketing agency announced recently.

The awards honor work that makes a lasting impact while exemplifying innovation and craftsmanship. More than 6,000 entries from agencies of all sizes around the world are submitted each year.

HSP’s winners:

  • The 80th Division Veterans Association program, CL Burks corporate brochure and Habitat for Humanity North Central Georgia’s annual report among publications.
  • The American Heart Association’s The Journey That Guides Us and Zoo Atlanta’s Beastly Feast invitations. also earned Awards of Distinction.
  • The print ad campaigns for the Cottage School business-to-consumer ad series and the Boehringer Ingelheim (formerly Merial) business-to-business campaigns for Avinew and HatchPack 365.
  • The website design for Boehringer Ingelheim’s PetVet.

HSP, founded in 1994, is led by CEO Debbi Shapiro and partner Jill Peck, both of whom are Jewish. Many of their employees have been with the firm at least 10 years, some more than 20 years.